The province of Lanao del Norte is home to more than a dozen waterfalls, and the most well-known or recognizable ones are, without a doubt, the Maria Cristina Falls and the Tinago Falls. But there is such a thing as the “Tourism Triangle” of Iligan, and those two waterfalls are among the three. What completes the triangle is Mimbalut Falls. Read more
It seems that, even with zero intentions, I still end up visiting a museum of sorts whenever I go anywhere. Don’t get me wrong; visiting museums is interesting, but compared to being outdoors, personally, the prospect pales in comparison. We did not even know about this place, until our driver-slash-guide for our day-of-chasing-waterfalls mentioned it. Read more
As I was going through my Camiguin blog series, a lot of thoughts were running through my head, and one of the most persistent was the idea of whether I could ever really come back. Because I know I (well, we) kinda resolved to climb Mt. Hibok-Hibok “next time”. But you know how Pinoys are (or humans, in general) when it comes to “next time”. Will I ever get to climb it, or will she be one of those “that got away”?
So the original plan – and the main reason we chose Camiguin to visit – was to hike up to the crater summit of Mt. Hibok-Hibok. Pretty much everything was in place; we even made plans with the hiker-guide who will lead us up to the summit before daybreak, so we can make a dayhike out of it. But then, tropical depression Marce happened, and when nature speaks and howls, humanity is pretty much helpless. BUT! Not entirely hopeless.
(It’s Monday, September 18, 2017. BTS comeback. So excited~! OK, back to business.) Gawd, I love waterfalls. They’re just so… majestic. Tall, short, plenty of water or not, I cannot help but be in awe of them. I can’t explain it. As much as I appreciate a calm pond or lake surface, or the emerald color of the sea, or the calming sound of rushing water in a stream, there is something about waterfalls that just captures me. Beside them and before them, I feel small and helpless, but blessed at the same time. Does that make sense?
(Guyzzzzz, I found the pesto pasta that hits my tastebud in all the right places!!!) My hunt for breakfast places has certainly introduced new coffee shops and breakfast nooks, and one of them is the Read and Brew Cafe, located at the SkyZone, the rooftop of Porta Vaga Mall in Session Road, Baguio City. Read on to find out what I thought of the place.
This is going to be a short post, about the glimpse of the Sunken Cemetery that we got while passing by the place, I admit to having taken a lot of photos when we went there, but as I was going through them, they were basically all the same, haha! Read more